Waterfall of the Iguaçu River between Brazil and Argentina. It is one of the largest waterfalls in the world and was declared in 2011 as one of the new seven wonders of nature.
Known as the super fruit for its anti-oxidant properties, açaí is native to the Amazon region. In general, it is sold as frozen pulp, juice, or an ingredient in various products. In Brazil, it is commonly enjoyed as Açaí na tigela. ("açaí pulp in a bowl").
Brazil is the largest producer of coffee in the world.
Woman from the state of Bahia, an African descendant characteristically dressed in white with a turban.
Coconut With Milk Splash
Coconut water is widely consumed in Brazil, and its milk is found in many food preparations, especially in Bahian cuisine.
Sugar Cane Stalks
A symbol of my beloved state, Pernambuco, famous for its sugar cane plantations and its production of both sugar and alcohol.
Blue and Yellow Macaw, native to South America. It is one of the emblematic species from the Brazilian savanna and very important to native communities.
Also known as Victoria Amazonica, a leaf that is up to 3 meters (9.8 feet) in diameter, on a stalk 7 to 8 meters (22.9 - 26.2 feet) in length. It is native to the shallow waters of the Amazon River basin.
A Portuguese pavement designed as a geometric wave, located at Copacabana Beach in Rio -- one of the most famous beaches in the world.
Pink flower and new bud from a water lily plant.
Display of cashew fruit, pinha, pineapple, coconut, watermelon, and many other fruits enjoyed in Brazil. A representation of Brazil's natural abundance and love of fruits.
Illustration displaying the names of all 26 Brazilian states plus the capital of Brazil, Brasília.
Brazil's national cocktail drink made from cachaça, sugar, lime, and ice.
Brazilian chocolate fudge truffles rolled in chocolate sprinkles. A national passion...
Native to Northeast Brazil, cashew fruit is juicy and soft, astringent, and rich in nutrients. The nut is attached to the end of the fruit. The city of Pirangi do Norte, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil, has the largest tree in the world, as big as 70 normal-sized cashew trees.
Christ the Redeemer
Located on Corcovado Mountain, overlooking the city of Rio de Janeiro. A symbol of Brazil!
Green represents Brazil's forests; Yellow, its gold; Blue, its skies; and white represents peace. Our Motto "Ordem e Progresso" ("Order and Progress") was inspired by Auguste Comte. Each of the 26 stars represents a specific State, plus one for the Federal District.